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A Beginner's Guide to Losing Your Mind: My road to staying sane, and how to navigate yours Paperback – 8 Feb 2018
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This is a funny, brutal, kind, sobering, remarkably brave and clear-eyed book. Compelling and necessary. (Warren Ellis, author of Normal, Gun Machine and Transmetropolitan)
Emily Reynolds is a brilliant writer on an important subject. And hilarious too. (Adam Rutherford)
This book isn't just brilliantly written and welcoming in its tone; it's honest, practical and important. It is going to help so many people - including friends and family who desperately want to help a loved one but don't know how. (Emma Gannon, author of Ctrl Alt Delete)
Warm, welcoming and wise. (Red magazine)
A really clear, funny, useful guide to mental health. (Keith Stuart, author of A Boy Made of Blocks)
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This is a very personal story and reflection of the experience of having a mental illness. It is not a text book on how to deal with it, but a raw, honest, and superb persoanl study. Whether you have mental health problems, know someone who has these or are just interested in what it feels like, this is a book to read, to get really inside the head of what it feels like to be ill. This book shows this better than any other i Have read (and I have read quite a few!). There are tips and hints, but these are given as ideas to try, she is only a little naggy(in a nice way), while acknowleging that when you are ill, the last thing you want to do is take care of yourself. There are also suggestions for how to help someone who is ill, which is not about telling them what to do, but doing things for them.
If you love someone with mental health problems, read this book.
If you live or work with someone with mental health problems, read this book.
If you work in mental health, read this book.
If you work in any kind medical area, read this book.
If you don’t fit in any of the above, READ THIS BOOK as they is a high chance that, at some point in your life, you will encounter mental health issues and your ability to accept and deal with them can be life changing.
This book is going to be an absolute life changer for me. Thank you Emily Reynolds for writing this book ❤️
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